Ali & Dan’s Tatra Chapel Wedding
Ali & Dan chose a Tatra Chapel Wedding to celebrate their special day.
Surrounded by breathtaking rainforest, eager guests arrived early and had soon filled the chapel to the brim before greeting the groom with cheers and applause as he made his way to the front.
Ali (one of the most excited and happiest brides I’ve ever seen!) was absolutely striking in neck to toe lace, as she made her way down the Tatra Chapel aisle on the arm of her super excited dad.
Opting not to have any bridesmaids or groomsmen to ensure the celebration was just about them and their love, Ali confidently stood alone and declared Dan to be “my rock and my strength”……”my best friend and my one true love”.
Dan said that he was “excited by what we will learn, where we will laugh, and how much our love will grow”.
Ali’s little “yay” moment after their first kiss as husband & wife was a joy to behold and put the biggest smile on every person present.
Ali and Dan’s ceremony reflected their strong family values with the inclusion of three readings performed by close family members, a blessing from the entire congregation and the giving of roses to their mothers as a symbol of their love and appreciation.
A beautiful wedding, celebrating the love and respect of a beautiful couple. AND they had an awesome cake!!!
Many thanks to the fabulous Robert Hock Photography for allowing me to share his images.
Ali & Dan | 23rd June 2013
Amy + Jacob’s Tatra Garden Wedding →
Karen & Travis’s Melbourne Zoo Wedding
Karen + Travis decided on a fantastic Melbourne Zoo wedding to say their I Do’s.
“We are all a little weird and life’s weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love”
This Dr. Seuss quote was written on the card Karen gave to Travis on their first Valentines Day together almost 5 years ago and they told me it is as true now as it was then!
On this day however, the celebration of their love was nothing less than absolutely beautiful.
Karen looked the picture of elegance as she strolled through the tranquil setting of the Japanese Gardens at the Melbourne Zoo on the arm of her proud father, to Frank Sinatra’s “Moon River”.
The music, along with the image of his beautiful bride walking towards him, had Travis almost reaching for the tissues, but it was all smiles once they had each others hands in their own, before promising to be a constant friend and one anothers one true love.
And after finally sharing their first kiss as husband & wife, they got up close and personal with some amazing animals!
Many thanks to the lovelyTales of Tingewick for allowing me to publish their images!
Karen & Travis | 26.10.2013